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It counts, how large is your bowl?
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According to Producer's Rice Mills, there are over 29,000 grains in a pound of long grain white rice. You'd have slightly fewer for long grain brow…n, as each grain retains its bran layer. Short grain rice is 3-4 times shorter, so you'd have 3-4 times as many in a pound.
well i would say 80 to a 100
Grains of rice weigh from 20 to 40 milligrams, average 30. Therefore (1 kg = 1,000 g) ÷ (30 mg = 0.030 g) = 33,000 grains.
14,500 grains freerice.com
about 3,750 are in 1/4 cup and that is a single serving. so depending on how many cups you make you just have to multiply.
depends how big the bowl is lol
approximately 15,000 grains of rice are there in one cup of rice > > > > >The '~15K' answer, above, reminds me strongly of a quote I use frequently; … '71.3% of the people who quote statistics make them up on the spot' I believe my original comment on this question at the time of its first posting is still valid; long grain? short grain? converted? arborio? IMHO, in a question like this, either context or the 'why' of the question is critical
According to freerice.com, if rice is a staple part of your diet, then you need 18,400 grains of rice.
1,483.92178 Imperial Pounds
7000(approx)for 1 serving
6000+ na sit also depends on how big the bowl is.
Extrapolating from the answer to how may grains in a pound of rice, 29,000, (elsewhere in Answers.com) we get something like 64,000 grains in a kilogram (@ 2.2 lbs / kg). This… could vary based on the kind of rice.